Etymology
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twaddle (n.)

"silly talk, prosy nonsense," 1782, probably from twattle (1550s), of obscure origin.

updated on February 21, 2014

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Definitions of twaddle from WordNet
1
twaddle (v.)
speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly;
Synonyms: chatter / piffle / palaver / prate / tittle-tattle / clack / maunder / prattle / blab / gibber / tattle / blabber / gabble
2
twaddle (n.)
pretentious or silly talk or writing;
Synonyms: baloney / boloney / bilgewater / bosh / drool / humbug / taradiddle / tarradiddle / tommyrot / tosh
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